Her parents are divorced, she is really close to her mom, her biological dad is around too. Should i ask her dad about this too? or should i only ask her mom? she does have a stepdad should i include him into this? i feel like he wouldn't care. They all like me very much. I like them too!
i feel like i should ask her mom and step dad but how? should i just be like "i love your daughter and want to marry her and i want to propose to her soon". i am going to buy the ring soon and i was thinking i should show them the ring and then i should ask them and they can put two and two together.
Most Helpful Girl
She has three parents. Step or biological, it doesn't matter. They are all helping raise her. (Parents never stop raising their kids)
But if you want to, sit all three of them down somewhere and ask for their blessings. Just say:
"Hey, thanks for coming. I love (her name) very much and I would like to know if I have all your blessings to ask her hand?"
It's very formal and cliche, but at least they will see this as a sign of respect. That will win you bigger points. Then, go buy the ring and show them if you want and then when you are ready and have the perfect moment, pop the question.
Cheesy and old school but hope it helps you. Good luck.1
Most Helpful Guy
You should ask all of them for their suggestions, nothing wrong with that and the good thing is things are going well for you.1